Maritime Institute

New Project of the Maritime Institute in Gdańsk

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The Project Management Center has a pleasure to announce, that Maritime Institute in Gdańsk is a partner in a new European projects accepted under the second call of Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014 to 2020

BalticRIM” - Baltic Sea Region Integrated Maritime Cultural Heritage Management

The cultural heritage of the Baltic Sea is exceptionally versatile and well preserved even in a global comparison. To date, these cultural assets are barely included in Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) in the Baltic Sea. BalticRIM aims to integrate cultural heritage resource management into MSP in the Baltic Sea, using the opportunity of the ongoing processes driven by the MSP Directive across all Baltic Sea Region (BSR) countries. BalticRIM aims also to improve the capacity of regional and MCH planning agencies.

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Smart Blue Regions project Workshop 'Offshore Wind Energy Supply Chain – future outlook for technologies and cooperation', 26th April 2018, Gdańsk

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Offshore Wind Energy Supply Chain – future outlook for technologies and cooperation

Smart Blue Regions project Workshop, 26th April 2018, Gdańsk

The workshop was organized by GSG Towers Ltd., Pomorskie Association in EU and Maritime Institute in Gdańsk.

The objective of the workshop was to explore and define possibilities of transnational cooperation among entrepreneurs representing offshore industry in the Baltic Sea Region making use of RIS3 processes and EU funding.
Nearly 90 participants attended the workshop representing all target groups: offshore industry entrepreneurs from shipyards, ship design offices, steel and engine producers etc. as well as regional administration of Smart Blue Regions.
The workshop explored possible future cooperation ideas in four topics along the offshore wind energy value chain in four parallel interactive sessions:

  • Constructions: Wind Towers (design, optimization), Substation (concept design, design optimization, modular design), Foundation (new designs, new functionalities) Moderator: Łukasz Piotrowicz, Foundation for Sustainable Energy, SMDI; Assistant: Magda Leszczyna-Rzucidło (APEU)

  • Vessels: Seabed Preparation (offshore cabling / foundations, port / inland waterways dredging, deep sea mining), Installation Vessels (land-based vs. offshore assembly, direct delivery of components, purpose-built installation vessel – jack-up’s), Service Vessels (mother vessel accommodations, transfer vessels, service parts transport) Moderator: Mariusz Witoński - Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society Assistant: Barbara Weig (MWVATT Schleswig-Holstein)

  • Wind Farm Efficiency: Concept Design (turbines / substations / grid layout), Decommissioning of Constructions (modularity, recycling, new use), Multi-use of Constructions (aquaculture, biomass, energy storage, marine hydro kinetics, wave) Moderator: Paweł Przybylski, Siemens Gamesa Polska, Polish Wind Energy Association; Assistant: Joanna Przedrzymirska (MIG)

  • Autonomous Operations (surveying, Operation & Maintenance) Moderators: Paweł Mawduk - GSG Towers Ltd. ; Assistant: Carsten Bayer (s.Pro)

The event was extremely highly rated by the participants due to the opportunity to establish new contacts and a wide range of proposed topics for discussion. Many important aspects related to the OWE development were discussed: OWE oriented development of ports and logistic areas, energy storage, erosion protection, multi-uses, reliability and costs of wind measurements etc. Several innovative ideas for future collaboration have been raised, for instance: multi rotor system in turbines, sharing resources at the maintenance stage, charging surveys vessels directly from the offshore power plant’s trahostations, using aluminium inside and outside wind tower construction etc.

The next step is to identify international partnerships for innovative cooperation topics. Entrepreneurs will be actively supported in this process by the Smart Blue Regions project partners: the Maritime Institute in Gdańsk and the Pomerskie Association in the EU. The culmination of this work will be the organization of a workshop/workshops dedicated to elaborating the details of the future project / projects.

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Pathways and Needs Towards a Baltic Regional Spatial Data Infrastructure for Maritime Spatial Planning –MSPDAT

In 2017-2018 Maritime Institute in Gdańsk is implementing Seed Money project “Pathways and Needs Towards a Baltic Regional Spatial Data Infrastructure for Maritime Spatial Planning –MSPDAT” of Interreg Baltic Sea Region programme. The main objective of the project is to develop a workplan for creating a region-wide elements of MSP data infrastructure.
Total budget of the project is 50 000 EUR and contribution of the programme is 42 500 EUR.

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Join the InnoAquaTech matchmaking event during Aquaculture Europe in Dubrovnik!

Stakeholders of innovative aquaculture from the South Baltic area are kindly invited to

exchange their ideas and gain business contacts with actors from Denmark, Poland, Lithuania and Germany.

The InnoAquaTech team is holding a matchmaking event during the Aquaculture Europe 2017 conference in Dubrovnik, Croatia this 18 October. The matchmaking event will take place 14.00 – 18.00 local time on October 18th 2017 at the Importanne Hotel and Resort, which is located close to the main conference venue.

We expect around 30 participants, and it will be an excellent opportunity to come together to discuss current and future developments in the field, present business opportunities and forge new contacts.

To find out more about InnoAquaTech, please refer to our project website www.innoaquatech.eu. For further information on the Aquaculture Europe 2017 conference, please visit their website www.aquaeas.eu.

If you are interested to join the event or in case you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact project coordinator Valentin Eckart from BioCon Valley, Germany at ve@bcv.org and/or project partner Andrius Sutnikas from Klaipeda Science and Technology Park at projects@kmtp.lt .

 

Invitation to matchmaking event in Dubrovnik

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Sustainable, innovative aquaculture is becoming increasingly important for a healthy and sustainable diet as well as for achieving good environmental status of our seas and oceans.

This is one of the reasons why the EU project InnoAquaTech was launched.By promoting cross-border cooperation between actors active in the innovative aquaculture field, the project aims at boosting aquaculture technology development in the South-Baltic area.

In order to bring together producers, engineers and researchersof modernRAS, the InnoAquaTech team is holding a matchmaking event during the Aquaculture Europe 2017 conference in Dubrovnik this October. We expect around 30 participants, and it will be an excellent opportunity to come together to discuss current and future developments in the field, present business opportunities and forge new contacts.

We would like to invite to thismatchmaking event stakeholdersof innovative aquaculture in Poland. It will be a great opportunity to exchange the ideas and gain business contactswith actors from Denmark, Lithuania, Germany and other counties.

The matchmaking event will take place 14.00 – 18.00 local time on October 18th 2017 at the Importanne Hotel and Resort, which is located close to the main conference venue.

To find out more about InnoAquaTech, please refer to our project website www.innoaquatech.eu. For further information on the Aquaculture Europe 2017 conference, please visit their website www.aquaeas.eu.

In case you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at:
MaritimeInstitute in Gdańsk
Centrum Obsługi Projektów
ul. DługiTarg 41/42
80-830 Gdańsk
cop@im.gda.pl
tel.: +48 58 301 93 39

 

Smart Blue Regions Project

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Projekt Smart Blue Regions

Smart Blue Regions Project
Consultation Seminar
of Blue Growth Stakeholders
18.07.2017 Gdańsk

Within the framework of the project Smart Blue Regions, Maritime Institute in Gdańsk together with Pomorskie in the EU Association organised Consultation Seminar of Blue Growth Stakeholders. The invitation to the meeting was sent to members of the partnership of the Pomorskie maritime smart specialisation and members of the Association of Polish Maritime Industries Forum Okrętowe. The seminar was attended by 4 people, representing the following sectors: biotechnology, seaports, shipbuilding and marine clusters.
The purpose of the meeting was to verify by stakeholders the database (prepared within the project) of entities operating in the maritime industry in the regions participating in the project. The database of entities was depicted in the form of maps, presenting potential in particular sectors:
  • Machinery & Technology
  • Life Science & Blue Medicine
  • Energy
The second goal of the seminar was to identify potential topics and areas in which participants would like to establish international co-operation. Interested in establishing such cooperation will be invited by the SBR project to participate in the conference of SUBMARINER Network for Blue Growth EEIG (27-28.09.2017), to be held in Berlin on which the results of these consultations will also be presented. Potential co-operation can be concluded within any EU financial program.

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Smart Blue Regions Project

SUBMARINER Network Conference

 


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